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Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Characterization of short- and long-term mechanical sensitisation following surgical tail amputation in pigs2017
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Abozar Nasirahmadi
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
et al.
Docking piglet tails: How much does it hurt and for how long?2017
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Application of a handheld Pressure Application Measurement device for the characterisation of mechanical nociceptive thresholds in intact pig tails2016
Dr Chris Wood
Emma Malcolm
Dr Claire Allison
Dr Mohammed Shoaib
Subtype-selective nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonists can improve cognitive flexibility in an attentional set shifting task2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Temporal changes in mechanical nociceptive thresholds in juvenile pigs subjected to surgical tail amputation: a model of injury induced by tail biting2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Dr Annalisa Scollo
Emma Malcolm
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Dr Matthew Leach
et al.
The Assessment of Facial Expressions in Piglets Undergoing Tail Docking and Castration: Toward the Development of the Piglet Grimace Scale2016
Dr Pierpaolo Di Giminiani
Emma Malcolm
Dr Matthew Leach
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Assessment of immediate and long-term changes in pain sensitivity following tail-docking in pigs2015
Emma Malcolm
Dr Mohammed Shoaib
Examination of the metabolite hydroxybupropion in the reinforcing and aversive stimulus effects of nicotine in rats2015
Emma Malcolm
Dr Mohammed Shoaib
Scopolamine and amphetamine produce similar decision-making deficits on a rat gambling task via independent pathways2015
Samantha Rushforth
Emma Malcolm
Dr Mohammed Shoaib
Targeting the alpha7 nicotinic receptor subtype to restore working memory deficits in rats following sub-chronic ketamine exposure2011
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